Our artists now have an opportunity to earn an hourly wage teaching art classes. The Artists help prepare for the party, teach, and clean up afterwards. We can accommodate up to twelve participants at $25 per person.  We have lots of designs from which to choose, or we can design a custom image for your group.  Contact Christina Gluck to schedule a party at 

painting party caroloe and steph
painting party in action
carole tracing pictures
kevin tracing on canvas
painting party in action kevin and jeffrey
Our large collaboration piece "What's Your Dream" is currently on display at the Centerville Library.  It will be on display there for six weeks.  This piece began last year as part of Art in the City.  It is made of paper pieces that have the dreams of various Daytonians written on them.  Click here to see more pictures of this awesome collaboration with the city of Dayton.
centerville library
Spire Arts is proud to congratulate 15 artists whose work was chosen for the juried, state-wide, competition Art & Soul.  The exhibit begins on Aprill 22nd from 3-5 with an opening and awards ceremony.  It is held at Toward Independence, 81 E. Main St. Xenia, OH 45385.  The exhibit will remain up until May 12.  

Margo Anderson

752 neon landscape

Amanda Soete

760 abstract rainforest amanda

Nick Kramer

bboy sun Nick Kramer

Isias Ballard

Isias Ballard 327

Brittany Ashley

701 tornado Brittney Ashley

Alicia Vencill

art and soul alicia

Kevin Richardson

kevin Richardson 673

Maynard Gilbert

art and soul maynard

Amy Zahora

689 bubbles

Cheryl Goodall 2nd place

cheryl Goodall Walmart 750

Carol Lloyd 7th place

carol lloyd Smarty Cat 263

Sherri Riffell

528 sherri rifell sun

Brenda Martin

brenda 690

Kenny Miller

kenny Miller disneyland  550

This is an article from the Dayton Daily News Paper about the Signs of Suicide Project, of which Spire Arts is a part.  Our panel is about Anxiety.

panel 1
Dayton Society of Artists and Spire have partnered in this collaborative piece of art entitled "What's your Dream".  The collage is a large 3'x3' panel.  It was created over time, from a collection of handwritten dreams. It will be on display at Wright Library and available for purchase.
art in the city


Channel 2's visit to our studio.